Multimillion pound housing development, Coseley Park, is set to bring almost 1000 new homes to Dudley after receiving planning permission.
Designed by Corstorphine + Wright for Skelton Group Investments Limited, the scheme will feature more than 870 new houses and 55 apartments, along with large amenity spaces, a retail food store and refurbished office space set in a locally listed 1930s building that will be retained on the site.
The new plans will see 26.4 hectares of brownfield land remediated, sustainably developed and brought back into use to meet the growing demand for housing in the area.
The site, which sits on the junction of the A4123 Birmingham Road and A459 Segley Road West, currently comprises three largely derelict industrial estates.
Paul Hughes, director at Corstorphine + Wright, said: “With high quality, affordable homes; large landscaped public spaces; ponds and tree-lined streets, the Coseley Park development has the potential to completely transform this area of Dudley. Our designs will create a community facility not only for the residents of Coseley Park, but for the wider community too.”